ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Rochester police had to use a taser to subdue a man after he physically assualted an officer over the weekend.
42-year old Mok Moun is facing charges of 4th degree assualt and obstructing a police investigation after allegedly hitting an officer in the face.
Police say this weekend, a passersby alerted them to the 1000 block of East Center Street, after the complainent heard women screaming inside one of the homes.
When officers arrived, they asked all the women to come to the front door to make sure they were safe. However, police then say the men in the house became upset.
That's when police say Moun assualted the officer.
Police then used a taser to subdue him and take him into custody.
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